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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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Our forgettable forefathers
We can’t help having the ancestors we have. But there is one good thing about growing up. We can use our judgment. We can make up our own minds about those stern black-and-white photographs lining our walls like a hallowed pantheon. We can use our ad...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Viewership rights
Sir — The curious regulation that entrants into the Miss India pageant should be unmarried (not eve ...  | Read.. 
 
Tech-savvy
Sir — It’s not surprising that the young are increasingly using cell phones (“Cell India grows youn ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
OUT, OUT DAMN CLICHÉ
The love for overused phrases is really a mark of laziness. Using clichés pushes a living language towards a dusty death...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Making of a hero
That’s what friends are for
Tell mama
Doing her homework
House for the chancellor
Helping out, merely
SCRIPSI
Wherever I go, it is always the secret life of such simple, straightforward races that I seek, people whom a fair face is sufficient to content. Only by returning to their way of life, can we ever hope to find a way out of the bogs in which we vainly stumble. — ELLA MAILLART
 
INSIGHT
A matter of opinion
In an election, the loser loses twice. First, when the opinion poll results are splashed in the media, and then at the hustin...  | Read..